Eddie H. Lee retired after serving thirty-three (33) years with the U.S. Government. After honorably being discharged from the U.S. Marine Corps, he began his twenty-nine (29) year career as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Lee’s unique skillsets and expertise led the FBI to utilize him in the duty stations of Honolulu, Chicago, Denver, New York, and Los Angeles, where he investigated matters related to international organized crime, complex financial crimes, money laundering, foreign counterintelligence, public corruption, cyber, counterterrorism, white collar crime, fugitives, and corporate corruption and Kleptocracy. In addition to his investigation accomplishments, he was a team member and a team leader of the FBI’s Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team for fifteen (15) years. He received numerous tactical training such as Close Quarter Battle (CQB), Maritime Ship Assaults, and Airplane Hijacking. Within the scope of FBI’s international investigative jurisdiction, Lee was tasked with temporary overseas assignments to countries such as South Africa, Iraq, Canada, and South Korea. With the referenced oversea assignment, Lee gained an invaluable experience and recognition of the importance of collaboration and professional network.